Rangers fans were forced apart from a section of Hamilton Accies supporters after their defeat at Ibrox last night.

Tensions boiled over after Gers dropped more points in the Premiership title race. David Moyo's strike in the second-half was enough to seal three massive points for Brian Rice's troops but home fans turned against their players at full-time.

Anger and tension was palpable on the whistle and things spilled out after the game.

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Police officers could be seen interfering to keep punters separated as angry Light Blues supporters confronted their visitors. As they left the stadium, Accies loyals began singing for their side, in footage captured by YouTuber Thogden who watched the match from the stands.

He described the altercation as "toxic" as Hamilton fans got "cocky" as they left. It was also described as "getting ugly" as officers got involved.

Rangers and Hamilton have been approached for comment.

Police Scotland confirmed they had been made aware of the video.

Warning: strong language.